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'Faking It' Alum Rita Volk Set As Lead In 'Summertime' From Edward Burns

EXCLUSIVE: Rita Volk, who starred for three seasons on MTV’s Faking It, will co-star in Summertime, an ensemble coming-of-age film written and directed by Edward Burns. 185 more words

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Ash Wednesday (2002)

I decided to dig deep for this review, settling on a movie I watched as a broke grad student while cat-sitting for my professor. For someone who wrote expertly on Julia Kristeva and casually brought up Jacques Derrida, she had a pretty shit DVD collection, one I burned through instead of sweating over my thesis. 518 more words

Western Movie Reviews

Director | Edward Burns

At multiple points throughout his career, Edward Burns has been a disappointment. He’s not currently a disappointment–in fact, his now five-year absence from feature filmmaking is distressing, given his last film’s success; … 4,304 more words

Edward Burns

Newlyweds (2011, Edward Burns)

Newlyweds is an exceptional disappointment. Not really because of the concept–upper upper middle class New Yorker whining–or the execution–Burns has his actors speak into the camera, the characters giving interviews–but because it’s always shaking and Burns, as writer and director, always takes the worse path. 703 more words

Happy Birthday: Edward Burns

Edward Burns

Born: January 29, 1968 in Woodside, Queens County, New York, USA

Married to: Christy Turlington (7 June 2003 – present) (2 children)

When your first experience of acting for somebody else is Steven Spielberg, you learn to observe. 221 more words

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January 29: Happy Birthday Oprah Winfrey and Heather Graham

Oprah Winfrey is turning 63 today.  After a childhood living in poverty, Winfrey began working at a Nashville, TN radio station, then moved to television journalism. 1,415 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

No Looking Back (1998, Edward Burns)

No Looking Back runs just under a hundred minutes. The first half of the film–roughly the first half–evenly relies on its cast. In fact, top-billed Lauren Holly almost has less than either Jon Bon Jovi and director Burns (acting, second-billed) in the first half. 722 more words

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